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R.A. Dickey pitched a four-hitter to win his seventh straight decision, Josh Donaldson had three hits and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 on Wednesday night.
R.A. Dickey shines for the Blue Jays allowing just 1 R in 9 IP to help top the Indians, 5-1. Dickey is now 7-0 since the All-Star Break.
Donaldson doubles, Jays lead 4-0
Josh Donaldson doubled to deep left vs. the Indians to up his RBI total to 49 since the All-Star break (leads MLB). Chris Davis is the next closest with 42. Follow live
In our first ICYMI post after the waiver trading deadline, the writers in the ESPN SweetSpot Network cover some of the deals that happened.
Who should win AL MVP?
Will it be Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson or Angels OF Mike Trout? ESPN's baseball experts each offered their opinion between the two. Who came out on top? Award predictions
Grantland: Back to School: The Science Behind Toronto Flamethrower Marcus Stromans Rapid ACL Recovery
Marcus Stroman was set for a breakout sophomore season before a spring ACL tear seemingly torpedoed his 2015 campaign. But thanks to a dynamic combination of confidence and tech, he's in the final stages of an astonishingly speedy recovery and poised to rejoin the Blue Jays in time for their playoff run.
Blue Jays P David Price dishes on his team's chances to win the World Series, the trade that sent him to Toronto, adjusting to his new squad and nearly missing his introductory news conference.
Picking MLB's award winners
ESPN's Keith Law lays out his choices for all of MLB's awards, highlighted by a surprise AL Cy Young winner and Josh Donaldson over Mike Trout for AL MVP. Hypothetical ballot (Insider)
#PhotoOfTheNight: Ryan Goins enjoys the postgame celebrations after hitting a walk-off HR for the Blue Jays.
Ryan Goins of the Toronto Blue Jays hits a game-ending home run in the 10th and leads our nightly Top 5.
ESPN's baseball analysts weigh in with their predictions for who will win the major season-ending awards.
Ryan Goins hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Cleveland 5-3 on Tuesday night, snapping the Indians' winning streak at six games.
Goins sends Blue Jays to walk-off win
Ryan Goins slugged his first career walk-off homer -- and just his 5th HR of the season -- in the bottom of the 10th to lift Toronto to a 5-3 win over Cleveland. It's the fourth walk-off home run for the Jays this season. Follow live
Gomes evens it up in Toronto in 9th inning
With one out and Cleveland down 3-2, Yan Gomes bashed his 2nd solo homer of the game to pull the Indians level with the Blue Jays. Edwin Encarnacion will lead off the bottom of the inning for Toronto with a chance to extend his hit streak to 27 games. Follow live
Dalton Pompey's speed generates a run
Pompey was recalled from Triple-A on Tuesday four months after his last appearance with Toronto and was called upon to pinch run for Justin Smoak. The 22-year-old didn't disappoint. Pompey stole second and third before crossing the plate on a sacrifice fly to put the Blue Jays on top of the Indians 3-2. Follow live
Offense no longer necessary?
Well, that might not be entirely true, but the saying goes that it all comes down to good pitching. In that case, it's no wonder the American League's lowest second-half ERAs belong to division leaders.
New month, same Edwin Encarnacion
Encarnacion tallied 11 homers and 35 RBIs in August with a 1.367 OPS, and he didn't take long to get started in September. The Blue Jays' DH hit a sacrifice fly in the 1st inning to put Toronto up on Cleveland. Follow live
On Base Percentage.3351st
Earned Run Average3.7211th
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